What WE Do
We shelter MEN, WOMEN, and FAMILIES with CHILDREN
We serve as a gap for those who served our country in the military until they are rapidly rehoused and stabilized.
We provide food to anyone who is in need of food whether a warm meal or a food bag. We offer meals every night of the week.
We provide advocacy to those who struggle with the little things, like making appointments, filing out applications, or coping with life’s hurdles.
Our client’s progress is monitored through a case plan, that requires them to engage with behavioral health or counseling (if needed), seek employment, seek permanent housing, or apply for benefits they may be entitled to. Every 2 weeks they are required to apply for an extension to continue to stay at the facility. Their extension approval is determined by their cooperation with the agencies rules, progress in seeking self-sufficiency, and their commitment to supporting the shelter.
Our client’s are required to perform certain tasks at the shelter, have set hours, and must continually engage with other support agencies.